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Dodgers acquire right-hander Kevin Correia from Minnesota Twins
Dodgers acquire right-hander Kevin Correia from Minnesota Twins

The Dodgers made a late-night addition to their pitching staff Saturday, acquiring right-hander Kevin Correia from the Minnesota Twins in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. Correia, 34, is tied for the major league lead in losses. He has won five games and posted a 4.94 earned-run average in 23 starts. Correia’s numbers might be underwhelming, but consider this: In the wake of a season-ending knee injury to left-hander Paul Maholm, the Dodgers were left with inexperienced Carlos Frias as their long reliever and emergency starter. In his first stint in the major leagues, Frias has pitched twice, giving up three runs in three innings. Correia...

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